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WASHINGTON STATE released a depth chart on Monday afternoon in advance of their season opener on Thursday at BYU. Gabe Marks, a freshman, is listed as a starter as is fellow true freshman Taylor Taliulu. Rickey Galvin and Teondray Caldwell are also listed as starters. Xavier Cooper is atop the depth chart at RT. At quarterback? That's still an "OR" situation.
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The Brigham Young Cougars will open the 2012 football season against Washington State. The Cougars from Provo have played the Cougars from Pullman on three other occasions. Never has either team scored less than 36 points, or accumulated less than 350 yards of total offense. So what does this have to do with BYU’s Armed Forces Bowl game against Tulsa?Shortly before BYU played Tulsa...
With the season opener against the Brigham Young Cougars quickly approaching, Washington State Head Coach Mike Leach held a conference call over the weekend to discuss his Cougars’ season opening game at BYU. Leach called BYU “a good team,” as well as a team that “plays hard” and that is “well coached.” He recognized that BYU has a “great tradition, great setting...
PHOENIX -- Santa Margarita head coach Harry Welch glimpsed the future of Washington State football on Saturday and concluded that “the Cougars are going to be very, very happy.” His assessment came after a nationally televised game that pitted two WSU verbal commits -- quarterback Tyler Bruggman of Phoenix and receiver River Cracraft of Welch’s Santa Margarita team -- against each other.
There's just three days until the 2012 football season gets underway and BYU takes on Washington State in a nationally televised showdown for Cougar supremacy. After Monday's practice, Coach Mendenhall answered questions about a wide variety of topics, including his depth chart, Mike Leach's offense, and much more.
When senior quarterback Riley Nelson takes the field against Washington State, he might be the only quarterback taking center stage live on ESPN. But with every snap of the ball, with every pass thrown and in every grueling drive Nelson won’t be standing alone. He’ll have someone else standing right behind him.